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Monday, November 13, 2017
#MarvelousMonday, Lexi Rowell, On My Kindle Book Reviews

I'm taking a page from Lexi's book and enjoying an unexpected Sunday home from work. Given that a customer who claims that she knows one of my assistant managers became extremely belligerent and threatened my job, I'm due for a break.

There's more going on than what I can disclose; however, I'm honestly not comfortable with returning to work, but everybody's attitude makes it seem like I'm overreacting and I just need to suck it up. While I disagree with that attitude and the fact that the customer wasn't told to leave, I'm going back in. Next time a customer gets that bad, I'll go to the back room while management deals with it because it's not my job to tolerate it; which is why I feel like I'm not at a point in my life where I'm emotionally ready to take on a management or assistant management position there.

On the plus side, I received Lexi's big crate pillow and booster seat today. I decided on a crate pillow that was the same as her old one, just larger. She seems to be unfazed by the change. She's not too sure about the booster seat, but I'm sure she'll warm up to it once she's able to see out the window when she's going for a ride. Expect to see some pictures of Lexi on car rides with it in the near future. I've also found a relatively inexpensive way to make her legwarmers out of old socks so her little legs will be somewhat protected from the cold since she refuses to wear boots. I don't have any socks that are suitable but I'll be hitting the dollar store for some so you can expect to see pictures of her wearing the DIY legwarmers in the near future.

Currently Reading

I managed to get two books read last week and, once I get the reviews written, I'll be ahead of schedule.

Never Again, Lily Luchesi, currently reading, On My Kindle Book Reviews
A standalone spin-off of the Paranormal Detectives Series, we discover the true horrors during Hitler's reign.

In World War Two, not all monsters were human.
Male siren Sean Wireman was ostracized from his small village in Israel in the sixteenth century, forced to wander the world until he settled in America in the 1920's. Since he doesn't age like a normal person, he was fit to fight in World War Two, to defend the heritage he spent his whole life running from. Seventy years later, after he has lived a whole other life since Hitler was defeated, from attending law school to becoming a bona fide rock star, the monsters the Nazis released upon the Jews in concentration camps have returned, and he is the only one who can destroy them.
But can he save his people once again, or will this fight take a deadly toll?

 Up Next

Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones, Sorchia DuBois, TBR, On My Kindle Book Reviews
Granny’s dying, but Zoraida can save her with a magic crystal of smoky quartz. Too bad the crystal is in Scotland—in a haunted castle—guarded by mind-reading, psychopathic sorcerers.

Getting inside Castle Logan is easy. Getting out––not so much. Before she can snatch the stone, Zoraida stumbles into a family feud, uncovers a wicked ancient curse, and finds herself ensorcelled by not one but two handsome Scottish witches. Up to their necks in family intrigue and smack-dab in the middle of a simmering clan war, Zoraida and her best friend Zhu discover Granny hasn’t told them everything.
What DIY projects have you done for your furbabies? Let me know in the comments and share pictures on Facebook or Instagram!

Have a marvelous Monday and a stupendous week!

Lexi Rowell, #MarvelousMonday, On My Kindle Book Reviews